EAST HARTFORD, Conn.
Wearing the casual attire that anyone else might don for a mid-autumn football game in New England, Geno Auriemma looked like a regular dude.
Not at all striking the authority of a man who has cornered the market on national championships in women’s college basketball, the 61-year old coach of the famed and feared Connecticut Huskies and his players shuffled onto the gridiron during a dead moment in the East Carolina-UConn game to be honored, for a 10th time for bringing a title home to greater Hartford.
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